Hey... well tonight I had sex for the first time ever. We had both been drinking and then she got me to have sex with her, I told her i had no condom she said don't worry about it...she said she takes birth control but I really dont believe it, To my knowladge I didn't bust, and I'm almost 100% sure that I didn't b/c I had "blue balls" and I just think I would know if I had an orgasm or not.
She did not orgasm either b/c I stopped b/c I didn't wanna do it. We only had sex for 5-10 minutes...I'm really scared.
Is there anything I can do to make sure she doesn't get pregnant?
Also, if she did have an STD, and I were to have contracted it...how long will it take until symptoms showed up..
any help is appreciated...
[This message has been edited by Spyder001 (edited 04-13-2002).]
She needs to get to a clinic or doctor TOMORROW (you have a 72-hour window, but earlier's better) to get morning after pills, and you both need to seek out STI screenings. It doesn't matter how long yopu have sex, or whether you 'cum' or not (pre-ejaculate, which is very frequently present druing arousal, can contain disease organisms and sperm just like semen (cum) can), what matters is that you had unprotected genital contact, and that does put you at risk for infection and pregnancy.
If there's any chance you might be having sex please do make sure you've got condoms and lube (makes sex feel better and condoms less likely to tear) on hand. Even if you don't use them you can give them to a friend you care about, and often, sex does come about unexpectedly. So much better safe than sorry.
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